Uber will pay $20 million for exaggerating drivers' earnings
Less than 10 percent of drivers in New York and San Francisco make Uber's advertised salaries.
FTC drags D-Link into court for lax router and camera security (Updated)
The commission has accused the company of failing to adequately protect its hardware.
AT&T will finally refund $88 million in unauthorized charges
Over 2.7 million mobile customers were hit with $9.99 subscriptions they didn't ask for.
Why celebrities get away with stealth shilling on Instagram
The FTC is cracking down on brands, not the famous people promoting their products.
FTC issues warning to apps covertly monitoring TV broadcasts
Advertising company Silverpush's back-end tech is allegedly compiling user data gleaned from ultrasonics.
Meet the FTC's new chief technologist
CMU researcher Lorrie Cranor has aimed to make privacy and security easier for consumers to grasp.
FTC names its $25,000 counter-robocall contest winner
The winning mobile app works a lot like your email's spam box.
Judge says AT&T can't stop FTC lawsuit over data throttling
AT&T's attempt to turn the tables on the Federal Trade Commission's mobile data throttling law...
FTC launches a research office devoted to tech issues
You may have noticed that a lot of the Federal Trade Commission's regulation revolves around techn...